New edision os mio 4k s2x + t2/c

stephan94

stephan94

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1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
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Bavaria and Paris
Hello
The Mio 4K can find frequencies with sr over 45000.
Here in C band on 4.9Eastsr47000.jpg
sr47000b.jpg
 
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AndyX

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Interesting review of Mio at EDISION OS mio 4K . Google translate does an excellent translation.
Lots of good points. A bit of concern on the receiver hanging during a blind scan though.
 
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el bandido

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The information in that review is old. I have down a few hundred blindscans with the MIO, and have not had many problems with them. I have had the blindscan hang, but only when the low symbol rate of 1000 or 1 is selected.
 
MCelliotG

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Plus the review is inaccurate in some points, the author cannot understand the difference between T2-MI and PLS multistream to begin with...
 
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deepbluesky

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Octagon Quad Optima OQSLO @ Laminas OFC-1100 @ Powertech DG-380 @ Vu+ Solo²(OpenATV) / Technotrend S2-1600
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Terratec T-Stick+ (DAB+)
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Actually I am interested in buying this receiver but my 2 main concerns are the lack of Gbit LAN, USB 3 and internal HDD.
For me this is important because I am recording a lot and moving mainly 720p/1080i/p files, sometimes even 4K.

So I am wondering if anybody has tested at what speed one can move files by using
a) the LAN port
b) WLAN

For recording I thought about using a USB to SATA Adapter to connect a WD 4TB Red 3.5" HDD.
Can I be sure that this solution would work as well as an internal HDD ?
Or is a much more expensive NAS a must ?

I have extreme scenarios in mind like these:
Recording UHD from the DVB-S2X Tuner and 1080i from DVB-C/T2 at the same time.
Is there any bottleneck to fear ?
 
AndyX

AndyX

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Location
Scotland
My Satellite Setup
TM-F3/5
Octagon SF4800
Octagon SX88
Fibo Gregorian 1.2m
Motec Positioner
Inverto c120 twin LNB
My Location
Central Scotland
Actually I am interested in buying this receiver but my 2 main concerns are the lack of Gbit LAN, USB 3 and internal HDD.
For me this is important because I am recording a lot and moving mainly 720p/1080i/p files, sometimes even 4K.

So I am wondering if anybody has tested at what speed one can move files by using
a) the LAN port
b) WLAN

For recording I thought about using a USB to SATA Adapter to connect a WD 4TB Red 3.5" HDD.
Can I be sure that this solution would work as well as an internal HDD ?
Or is a much more expensive NAS a must ?

I have extreme scenarios in mind like these:
Recording UHD from the DVB-S2X Tuner and 1080i from DVB-C/T2 at the same time.
Is there any bottleneck to fear ?
I am torn between this one and the Octagon SF8008. The Octagon does seem to have USB3 and also has a 4 core processor compared to a 2 core on the Edision. The aluminium on the casing of the Edision and remote control does give it a more classy look. I guess the level of support may be the deciding factor. Both seem to be very fast boxes from the videos of their menus.
 
scopus

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My Location
Staffs UK
I am torn between this one and the Octagon SF8008. The Octagon does seem to have USB3 and also has a 4 core processor compared to a 2 core on the Edision. The aluminium on the casing of the Edision and remote control does give it a more classy look. I guess the level of support may be the deciding factor. Both seem to be very fast boxes from the videos of their menus.
Don't let the processor fool you, I have both of these boxes and the Mio boots much faster than the Octagon..As for build quality the Mio is a much more solid construction..
 
scopus

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My Location
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Blind scan is much faster in the Mio too...BS Mio.jpgSF8008 BS.jpg
 
satesco

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Excuse me if I ask offtopic,but I want to know if there is OpenVix image for DM920 UHD?
Thanks :)
 
AndyX

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Central Scotland
Don't let the processor fool you, I have both of these boxes and the Mio boots much faster than the Octagon..As for build quality the Mio is a much more solid construction..
Nice to hear from someone with both receivers. How do their remotes function, are they responsive?
 
scopus

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My Location
Staffs UK
Nice to hear from someone with both receivers. How do their remotes function, are they responsive?
For me the Edition is the most responsive of the two, better build quality too..
 
stephan94

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My Satellite Setup
1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
Openbox SX6 and S3 Mini, Dr HD 15, Octagon SF 4008 and Octagon SX88and SX8 HD One, TBS 6983
My Location
Bavaria and Paris
From the beginning the Edision Mio4K (like the Nino Pro) found with the blindscan the T2MI PLP transponders on Astra 4.9 ° East.
That is, there is no need to manually enter the data into the receiver.
BS12188.jpgBS12341.jpg12188 bild.jpg12341 bild.jpg
 
stephan94

stephan94

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My Satellite Setup
1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
Openbox SX6 and S3 Mini, Dr HD 15, Octagon SF 4008 and Octagon SX88and SX8 HD One, TBS 6983
My Location
Bavaria and Paris
The Edison MIO4K is until now the only receiver (also card) of the Blindscan
the multistream with modus and PLS finds itself, and very fast.
It has the advantage that you do not have to manually hand in all this extra data (if you have it at your disposal), with all the mistakes that are possible.
Another advantage is that he can find completely unfamiliar feeds that are not normally found by any other receiver (for example, at 33 ° west with Modus gold and PLS 113344).
5 west BS mit MIS.jpgfeed mis mit PLS 3.jpg
 
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kamacnik1

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Edision OS Mio 4K
Rotor 46E- 30W
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Croatia
Hello to all
I am new owner of this receiver, and also everything about blindscan is new, and unknown for me
when You enter in Menu and satellite blind scan, choose one sat position, what about other inputs , leave as it is or change some values ?
 
AndyX

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Fibo Gregorian 1.2m
Motec Positioner
Inverto c120 twin LNB
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Central Scotland
Hello to all
I am new owner of this receiver, and also everything about blindscan is new, and unknown for me
when You enter in Menu and satellite blind scan, choose one sat position, what about other inputs , leave as it is or change some values ?
It depends on what you want to find. If it's regular channels that are not scrambled then you choose the free to air option. If you are looking for feeds choose 01 or 02 sr range to 08 sr range which will exclude a lot of regular channels. If you know the frequency and polarisation of the signal you are looking for you can change the options to narrow down your search, which will help to save scanning time. Don't forget to choose the transponders you want scanned during the second stage or choose all, otherwise you will need to do the first stage again. Having Langsat or Freesat open in a Web browser at the same time will aid you identify what you see in the scan.

Are you experiencing clicks and pops in the audio when scanning? I am finding this feature annoying on a surround system!
 
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kamacnik1

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Thanks for replay
Just did blind scan of 5W satellite, and after that scan all MiS frequency, didnt notice any audio pops and clicks like You say
 
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To let members know we now have this in stock in the UK, selling at £139.00 + shipping.
 
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paulvr

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Dr.HD and Topfield
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Given the fact that for my three primo IP S2 receivers that I bought over the past months I cannot get any answers about how to properly enter an m3u file into the receiver and why the memories can only hold somewhere between 3500 and 4000 radio and TV stations instead of the 15000 that are announced in the receiver information I feel most discouraged about Edision. I don't know why such elementary questions just don't get a reply, not even from the company itself in Thessaloniki. That and the excessively limited user manual (one sheet) makes buying another Edision receiver something very risky it seems.
 
stephan94

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My Satellite Setup
1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
Openbox SX6 and S3 Mini, Dr HD 15, Octagon SF 4008 and Octagon SX88and SX8 HD One, TBS 6983
My Location
Bavaria and Paris
The Edision
Mio4K has no problem finding and viewing KA Band programs.
just indicate the right LOF and everything works perfectly.
KA MIO4K1.jpgKA MIO4K2.jpgKA MIO4K3.jpgKA MIO4K4.jpg
 
stephan94

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My Satellite Setup
1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
Openbox SX6 and S3 Mini, Dr HD 15, Octagon SF 4008 and Octagon SX88and SX8 HD One, TBS 6983
My Location
Bavaria and Paris
Hello

the KA band on 16 ° East is particularly difficult for the receivers.
There are many transponders with a very small SR that are placed very close to each other.
the Mio 4K found at once all the visible frequencies with my antenna.
exactly the same transponders as the TBS 6983 card.
MIO 16 Ost KA band.jpg16°0E_Ka band H.jpg16°0E_Ka band fre.jpg
 
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